S3 BGE Practical Woodwork – All You Need to Know


 Course Overview

 The BGE Practical Woodworking course provides opportunities for learners to gain skills in reading drawings/diagrams in the completion of finished wood –based products. The course is highly practical and creative in nature, improving learner’s skills, whilst operating a variety of tools, equipment and materials. It also helps learners develop practical numeracy skills.

 The course aims to enable learners to:

  •  Develop skills in woodworking techniques.
  • Measure and mark out timber sections and sheet materials.
  • Undertake safe working practices in workshop environments.
  • Demonstrate practical creativity and problem solving skills.
  • Understand materials sustainability.

 Course Structure

  •  Sketching and Drawing Skills
  • Flat Frame Construction
  • Carcase Construction
  • Machining and Finishing

 Course Assessment

  •  Practical craft classes
  • Investigative/research-based learning

Written Assignments – – Folio Development

Practical Assignments – to include model design and development.


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